στρατιώτης

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Forms of the word
Dictionary: 
στρατιώτης, -οῦ, ὁ
Greek transliteration: 
stratiōtēs
Simplified transliteration: 
stratiotes
Numbers
Strong's number: 
4757
GK Number: 
5132
Statistics
Frequency in New Testament: 
26
Morphology of Biblical Greek Tag: 
n-1f
Gloss: 
soldier
Definition: 
a soldier, Mt. 8:9; 27:27; met. a soldier of Christ, 2 Tim. 2:3

Greek-English Concordance for

Matthew 8:9 For I myself am a man under authority, with soldiers (stratiōtas | στρατιώτας | acc pl masc) under me. I say to this one, ‘Go!’ and he goes, and to another, ‘Come!’ and he comes, and to my servant, ‘Do this!’ and he does it.”
Matthew 27:27 Then the governor’s soldiers (stratiōtai | στρατιῶται | nom pl masc) took Jesus into the praetorium and gathered the entire garrison around him.
Matthew 28:12 And when the priests had met with the elders and worked out a plan, they gave a considerable sum of money to the soldiers (stratiōtais | στρατιώταις | dat pl masc)
Mark 15:16 And the soldiers (stratiōtai | στρατιῶται | nom pl masc) led him away into the palace (that is, the praetorium) and they called together the whole company of soldiers.
Luke 7:8 For I too am a man set under authority, having soldiers (stratiōtas | στρατιώτας | acc pl masc) under me: and I say to this one, ‘Go,’ and he goes; and to another, ‘Come,’ and he comes; and to my servant, ‘Do this,’ and he does it.”
Luke 23:36 The soldiers (stratiōtai | στρατιῶται | nom pl masc), also, mocked him, coming up and offering him sour wine
John 19:2 And the soldiers (stratiōtai | στρατιῶται | nom pl masc) twisted some thorns into a crown and placed it on his head, and they threw a purple robe around him.
John 19:23 When the soldiers (stratiōtai | στρατιῶται | nom pl masc) crucified Jesus, they took his garments and separated them into four shares, one share for each soldier (stratiōtē | στρατιώτῃ | dat sg masc). They also took his tunic, which was seamless, woven from top to bottom as a single piece.
John 19:24 So they said to one another, “Let us not tear it, but cast lots for it to see who will get it” — that the Scripture might be fulfilled that says, “They divided my garments among themselves, and for my clothing they cast lots.” So the soldiers (stratiōtai | στρατιῶται | nom pl masc) did these things.
John 19:32 So the soldiers (stratiōtai | στρατιῶται | nom pl masc) came and broke the legs of the first man, then those of the other one who had been crucified with him.
John 19:34 Instead, one of the soldiers (stratiōtōn | στρατιωτῶν | gen pl masc) pierced his side with a spear, and blood and water came out.
Acts 10:7 When the angel who spoke to him had gone away, he called two of his servants and a devout soldier (stratiōtēn | στρατιώτην | acc sg masc) from among those who waited on him,
Acts 12:4 When he had seized him, he put him in prison, handing him over to four squads of four soldiers (stratiōtōn | στρατιωτῶν | gen pl masc) each to guard him, wishing after the Passover to bring him out to the people.
Acts 12:6 Now when Herod was about to bring him out, on that very night, Peter was asleep between two soldiers (stratiōtōn | στρατιωτῶν | gen pl masc), bound with two chains; and guards before the door were guarding the prison.
Acts 12:18 Now when day came, there was no little commotion among the soldiers (stratiōtais | στρατιώταις | dat pl masc) as to what had become of Peter.
Acts 21:32 At once he took along some soldiers (stratiōtas | στρατιώτας | acc pl masc) and centurions and ran down to them; and when they saw the commanding officer and the soldiers (stratiōtas | στρατιώτας | acc pl masc), they stopped beating Paul.
Acts 21:35 When he got to the stairs, Paul had to be carried by the soldiers (stratiōtōn | στρατιωτῶν | gen pl masc) because of the violence of the mob,
Acts 23:23 Then he called two of the centurions and said, “Get ready by the third hour of the night two hundred soldiers (stratiōtas | στρατιώτας | acc pl masc), seventy horsemen, and two hundred spearmen to go as far as Caesarea.”
Acts 23:31 So the soldiers (stratiōtai | στρατιῶται | nom pl masc), according to the directions given to them, took Paul and brought him by night to Antipatris.
Acts 27:31 Paul said to the centurion and the soldiers (stratiōtais | στρατιώταις | dat pl masc), “If these men do not remain in the ship, you cannot be saved.”
Acts 27:32 Then the soldiers (stratiōtai | στρατιῶται | nom pl masc) cut the ropes from the dinghy and let it drift away.
Acts 27:42 It was the plan of the soldiers (stratiōtōn | στρατιωτῶν | gen pl masc) to kill the prisoners, so none could escape by swimming away.
Acts 28:16 And when we entered Rome, Paul was allowed to stay by himself, with a soldier (stratiōtē | στρατιώτῃ | dat sg masc) guarding him.
2 Timothy 2:3 Share in suffering as a good soldier (stratiōtēs | στρατιώτης | nom sg masc) of Christ Jesus.